Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by MidniteProwler, Aug 21, 2016.
Then what are you still doing here?
Yeah I was banned for a week once for that.
LOL at Adelaide Byrd's scorecard in the GGG-Canelo fight. WOW
"Geales would beat GGG in a rematch"
when I think of Aussie boxing, I think of Daniel Geale getting KOed by GGG. for some reason.
He didn't get ko'd. He QUIT like a beearch.
I bet he still believes that. The kid DKSAB.
Has Australia ever had a heavyweight who was above journeyman level ?
Les Mason could of been heavyweight champ according to Johnny Lewis.
Or just pretend that Kiwi is an Aussie & follow him.
That's what I'm doing.
The three best heavies to come out of this part of the world that I've seen were all Kiwis.
Jimmy Peau (Thunder), David Tua & now Joseph Parker.
I remember seeing Jimmy Thunder's pro debut live & thinking at the time he could really be something.
He went unbeaten for a while in Australia but of course he didn't have anyone to spar with & couldn't progress beyond a certain level.
Eventually showed what he could do when he went to the US.
In terms of pure talent, not sure anyone who's come along since was any better.
The winner of Paul Gallen v SBW would present a good challenge to Anthony Joshua.
SBW don't want none.
Francis how do you see a fight between a prime Les Mason v a prime Vitali Klitchko playing out?
Angelo Hyder said Green could beat both Klitchko's in 1 night when he was training for Siaca ( fresh out of rehab) but sadly he didn't move up.